Taylor Chambers is a Master’s of Public Health student at Emory University pursing an MPH in Epidemiology with a certificate in Mental Health. Originally from Wisconsin, Taylor began volunteering with a local suicide prevention group after a close friend lost her sister to suicide. She received a bachelor’s degree in public health from Tulane University in New Orleans, where she continued to fundraise on behalf of prevention. In 2012, Taylor lost her brother to suicide. After the loss of her brother, Taylor’s focus in public health shifted to mental illness, mental health, and suicide in young adults and college students. Upon moving to Atlanta in 2014, she sought to be more active in prevention efforts, joining the junior board in 2015 and being elected as chairperson for the junior board shortly after.